Kiva Lending Team: Reliable Education Team
We loan because...
*Doing Good & Making Money Should Not Be Mutually Exclusive*
At Reliable Education we believe that success in business isn’t just measured by profits made from running an Amazon business.
Instead, it is also our duty as passionate entrepreneurs and global citizens to help those less fortunate create a brighter future for themselves too. So we took action!
We are committed to creating better futures for our students AND those that have far fewer opportunities!
In the day to day ‘busy-ness’ of business it’s easy to forget how good we really do have it. Organisations like KIVA remind us that so many people on our planet have far limited opportunities and resources than we do.
Wouldn't it be great if every company built giving into the fabric of how they do business?
That’s our “Reason Why”.
Adam Hudson & Joe Olejnik
Global community of Amazon sellers from the Reliable Income Academy
Location: Global Team website
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Mercado De Mantaro Group received a loan from Reliable Education to maintain her cacao by cutting, pruning, and fertilizing and hiring people for day work, to thus have a quality product to offer at a fair price.$2,425 to goLend Now
Khadeja received a loan from Reliable Education a refugee to buy a refrigerator to store the dairy products she makes.
Anne received a loan from Reliable Education to buy another quality breed of cow to improve her dairy production and business.
Janerose received a loan from Reliable Education to buy quality farming inputs, improve her output and her profits, and thus accumulate enough funds for her children's education.
$200 to goLend Now
Micrédito received a loan from Reliable Education to provide loans to 450 smallholder farmers, helping them feed themselves, their families, and the country during COVID-19.$237,950 to goLend Now
Angeline received a loan from Andrew & Camelia an elderly mom to buy farm inputs, such as fertilizer and seeds, to improve her crop production.
Marisabel received a loan from Andrew & Camelia to buy a showcase and more products to sell to increase her sales.
Mays received a loan from Reliable Education to buy seeds, fertilizers, and pesticides for her work.
Maricela received a loan from Reliable Education to cultivate 12 manzanas of beans [one manzana is approximately 1.7 acres].
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